• United States
    17 Sep 2020

    8minute Solar Energy’s 67MW Lotus Solar Farm Now Fully Operational

    8minute Solar Energy (8minute) today announced the 67-megawatt (MWdc) Lotus Solar Farm in Madera County, California is now fully operating. The Lotus Solar Farm produces energy for well over 12,000 Southern California homes, delivered through a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Southern California Edison, and will reduce carbon emissions by more than 48,000 metric tons each year.
  • China
    17 Sep 2020

    Suntech Announced 500MW PV Cell and Module Capacity in Indonesia, to Enhance US Market Coverage

    Suntech announced its operation of the 500MW high-efficiency integrated PV cell and module manufacturing project in Indonesia, meeting the requirements from American and Indonesian markets. The Solar Module from Indonesian Factory is Now Available for customers in US.
  • United States
    16 Sep 2020

    Pivot Energy and Nautilus Solar Energy Partner to Develop 13MW of Community Solar in Colorado

    Pivot Energy and Nautilus Solar Energy, LLC have announced plans to co-develop 13 megawatts (MWs) of community solar in Colorado. The portfolio will consist of seven separate projects located across four counties in northeast and southern Colorado. The first garden is anticipated to come online in Q1 of 2021.
  • China
    16 Sep 2020

    JinkoSolar Supplied 611MW of Tiger Bifacial Modules to Vietnam

    JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. today announced that it has supplied Trung Nam Group with 611MW of Tiger bifacial transparent backsheet modules, which were installed at the Thuan Nam solar power plant project in Vietnam.
  • China
    14 Sep 2020

    Risen Signs A 140MW Agreement with UPC-AC Energy Solar

    Risen Energy Co., Ltd has just announced a structured 140MWp supply contract with UPC-AC Energy Solar Asia Limited (UPC-AC Energy SA).
  • United States
    11 Sep 2020

    8minute Solar Energy SIgns 400MW PPA with Clean Power Alliance

    8minute Solar Energy (8minute) announced that the company has executed a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Clean Power Alliance (CPA). The 400-megawatt (300 MWac) Rexford 1 Solar & Storage Center in Tulare County includes 180 MW/540 megawatt-hours (MWh) of energy storage, which means it will reliably deliver renewable energy to the grid day or night or on cloudy days. When it becomes operational in 2023, Rexford will provide enough energy for over 370,000 Californians, making it not only the largest solar-plus-storage project for CPA, but also the largest for any community choice aggregator (CCA) to date. The plant will offset about 600,000 tonnes of CO2 annually, or the equivalent of planting 12,000 trees every single day, for ten years in a row.
  • United Kingdom
    11 Sep 2020

    Lightsource BP Announces Sale of 275MW of Solar Projects to Statkraft Ireland

    Lightsource bp has confirmed the sale of five solar projects in Ireland at late stage development with a combined capacity of 275MWdc to Statkraft Ireland.
  • United States
    11 Sep 2020

    Knobelsdorff Electric, RPCS Partener for 17MW Portfolio

    Knobelsdorff and RP Construction Services, Inc. announce their 2020 partnership to include supplying 14 communities throughout the state of Minnesota with clean, renewable solar energy.
  • Germany United States
    10 Sep 2020

    BayWa r.e. Acquires Enable Energy

    BayWa r.e. has acquired Enable Energy Inc. (EEI), a U.S.-based commercial and industrial (C&I) solar and energy storage solutions provider with extensive skills in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) support.
  • China
    9 Sep 2020

    Goomax New BIPV Product Advantages

    GOOMAX Building Integrated PV System (BIPV) is a PV building integrated system that installs solar PV power generation arrays on the envelope structure or outer surface of a building as a roof or curtain wall and provides electricity. The building can generate electricity and is suitable for most buildings, such as flat roofs, pitched roofs, ceilings, etc. As a large energy consumer (building energy consumption in developed countries generally accounts for more than 1/3 of the country's total energy consumption), its energy-saving benefits have become particularly important.